Synology: How to Stop Packages

Synology How to Stop Packages

At times, some Synology packages or third party packages can cause problems and consume system resources such as CPU and RAM memory. In this article I will explain how to stop these packages that are using up your resources. Well, as trivial as it may be, there are people who are not aware of these little tricks. First of all, let’s follow the instructions in this article to try to figure out which package is using up our CPU or RAM.

  • STEP 1

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  • STEP 2

Go to the Main Menu then click on Resource Monitor. Follow the instructions in the image below:

Synology Resource monitor

  • STEP 3

Once the Resource Monitor window is open, click on Task Manager then Services to see which packages are using up your CPU. In my case, no package is of concern. Follow the instructions in the image below:

Services synology cpu 99%

  • STEP 4

After identifying the package that uses too much CPU, you can temporarily stop it by opening Package Center and clicking on Installed on the left side of Package Center. After that, click on the package you’ve identified is using up your resources. Follow the instructions in the image below:

Synology stop packages

  • STEP 5

Once in the package, click “Stop” on the drop-down menu at the top. Follow the instructions in the image below:

Synology stop packages 2

This post was updated on Saturday / June 13th, 2020 at 11:50 PM